Sometimes saying certain phrases, or in this case names, in succession creates a sort of rhythm.
Talk about low hanging fruit. Making fun of awful celebrity children/siblings isn’t very hard, but Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder, hosts of Sirius/XM’s “the Bonfire”, have struck comedy gold with their recent bit highlighting how “good” Tom Hanks’ son Chet Hanks/Hanx/Haze is at “spitting hot fire on the mic”.
You merely adopted the top 8; Bane was born in it!
Let’s face it, we all spent a good portion of last night watching the VMAs and then tweeting about some of the ridiculous looks that were modeled by Hollywood’s finest. While most of the looks are ones we would never wear in our regular lives, I mean honestly a gown has no place in the office and if it is in yours then I am in the wrong office; some of these looks really took the cake of bizarre.
It’s very Friday at the office today, so I’m going to let Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence take it from here. Watch as the actresses do a chorus line and dance on Billy Joel’s piano during the Piano Man’s performance at Wrigley Field on Thursday night. Might this be a bit of viral marketing for Shumer’s new film Trainwreck?
Staten Island native, Jay Miller, is the host of Midevenings with Jay Miller. A unique type of talk show filled with many unexpected appearances and events. Whether it’s Bobby Bunz feeding his pet head, or Pooh Bear (Tim Duffy) wrestling Chris Gethard. This show will surely keep you entertained.
Comedian, writer, musician, Eli Braden is a man of numerous talents. The entertainer posts funny music videos onto his YouTube page. On Twitter he showcases his humor to his 100k followers.
Jeff Wysaski is widely known for his humorous, creative, very popular Tumblr posts. He shares videos, pictures, and much more. If you crave clever, unique comedy, pleated-jeans is the place for you. Jeff’s original pictures are a fan favorite among many.
As a HUGE Wayne’s World fan I’m slightly miffed that I had no idea Mike Myers and Dana Carvey were fighting!
Molly Ringwald’s sultry jazz voice brings new life to Simple Minds’ classic 80’s tune, which was kinda responsible for her whole Hollywood career.